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EVENING' BULLETIN, HONOLULU,!!.' T., PntDAYVFriBnUAItY 16 1901.
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Rain Gauges .
IN LARGE VARIETY
Black and galvanised, In any ength;
V inch to H Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hand.
Dlston Saws" fi
Files jf " v M
Cartridges . $ '
Paints and Oils' '
Manila and Slsil from X Inch to 6
Rico Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
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man uncojied roofs
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Wo can suit you In
SIZE, QUALITY and PRICE.
FLAT OPENirva BOOKS
7V,11. OXTioliols Oo., Ltd.
L C. Abies
IF YOU HAVE
he'll Sell it for you at
highest market prices.
I88Uli B0ND8 TO GUARANTBE
the faithful discharge of the duties of
Managers, Secretaries, Cashleis, Book
keepers, Clerks of Hanks, Salesmen,
Agents, Office-men, Officers of Soci
eties and Lodges, Employees of the
United States Government of the Cus
toms anJ Internal Revenue and Post
of Delivery Wagons, Watchmen,
Shipping Clerks, rravtlllng, Sites
men, Contractors, Paymasters In the
Army and Navy, Importers and Ex.
portrrs. Railroad and Street Railway
Assignees, Receivers, Jiid all peisons
holding positions of trust.
The Pollcleaof the Company Cover
Plate Glass, Including Lettering and
Embossing, and Plate Glass Mirrors.
Steam Boilers, Indemnifying the In
sured against loss or damage to pro
perty, or for accidental bodily Injury
or death, and covering periodical
GEAR, LANSING & CO., Agents,
Singly or En Suite, at
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HONOLULU, JAN. S, JV01
California Feed Co., Ltd.
Il'c tale great pleasure in stal
ing that the Iron Roof you painted
for us with your "ARABIC" Refrig
erating I'aint is giving the very bent
of satisfaction ; tee are eure it reduc
cd the temperature fully IS degrees.
We eomidcr it a good artieic for
cooling iron roofs, 'w run male
any tttc of this you like, and arc at
perfect I berty to refer anybody to us.
IIUSTACE ct CO., LTD.
II'. II. IIOOGS, Manager.
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Henry May & (jo.
Boston Block, Fort Street
24 Telephones 22.
Just In per
S. S. "Zealandia"
Fresh Eastern & Coctail Oysters
Fresh Golden Gloss bloaters,
Red and White Cabbage,
Fresh Flnen Haddies,
Grenhagens' Chocolate Creams,
and a lot of other delicles too num
erous to mention.
COME AND SEE US.
Deliveries leave daily to Waiklki
and Palamii. and the best of atten
PACIFIC CARRIAGE GO.
Coiner Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date Hacks anil
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOnSON. Mamger.
All kinds of Carriage Trimming
done cheaper than at any other
VINEYARD ST. NEAR RIVER ST.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Drop In to the St. Germain.
Lorry Dee Is qulto 111 at his home.
Money to loan. ApplyQ.. it Bcricy.
Reduction sale of straw hats at Iwa
Hot baked beans dt noon every day at
Dr. and'. Mrs. King of Walraea, Ka
tail, ai'rhtd In the Mlkabala this morn
ing. ' i
Furnished rooms, single or en suite,
very reasonable tends. Orpheum hotel,
Nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 164 Fort street, from $1.00
per weell up.
The Wnlker Cyclery has the cheap
est blcyclo store In Honolulu. Taku a
look at their stock.
The Doric Is due from San Francisco
In the morning. She may be here this
afternoon or tonight.
Tho weekly edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the (lay1.
Copartnership notice between V. n.
Castle Jr. and Philip M. Lansdale Jr.,
appears under New Today.
G. Omstcd, Deputy United States
Marshal, at Walmea, Kauai, -nrrlved In
the Mlkabala this morning.
C. E. Williams, undertaker Is in tho
employ of Mrs. Ed. Williams of Hono
lulu Undertaking Co. Phone 179.
In thea l'ollco Court this forenoon,
K. Matsumoto, charged with heedless
tiding, was reprimanded and discharg
A Jeweler wanted, steady work and
good wages to the right man. Geo.
Hnffner, manufacturing Jeweler, Hotel
street, opposite Elite Ico Cream Par
Thn annual meeting of tho Union
Fcnl Co. which wns to have been held
this morning, has been postponed on
account of the Illness of F. W. Muc-
Kill of exceptions in the suit for dam
ages against the Territory by Mary A.
Coflkld was filed today by Kinney,
Ballon & McClannhan, attorneys for
Mr. and Jlrs. Ilruco Bonncy, who
nrrlved hero some time ago from tho
Coast, returned yesterday from Wnla-
h:n, where they have been spending a
couple of weeks.
Dr. E. S. Chapman will address a
union mass meeting In Central Union
church next Sunday evening at the
usual hour on the subject: "Business
Men's Bad Blunder.'
Among the arrivals (mm Kauai In
the Mlkahala this forenoon wero the
following: F. Blackstadt, W. Mc
Brlde, T. Robinson, J. Carvalho, W.
Hyman and L. Xakapaahu.
Mrs. Coleman, tho general secretary
of tho V. W. C. A., has received word
that her mother Is very ill. This mny
compel Mrs. Coleman to lenvo Honolulu
much sooner than she expected.
Tho Hammer plate Is tho only photo
graphic dry plato that will keep In
definitely In a warm climate.. It doii
not frill or spot and is quicker than
lightning. Tho HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO.. sole agents.
Camnrlnos receives for his refrigera
tors all tho California fruits of the sea
son by every cold storage steamer. IU
always has on hand n stock of fresh
ipplcs, grapes, oranges, etc. Send your
orders by phone. No. Main 378.
Tho cases of Fred Becrn, Fred
Sclioltz and Chas, Heppes, charged with
assault with a weapon on First Ofllccr
Dalton of tho freighter American', enmo
up for trial In tho Police Court this
morning. They wero postponed until
this afternoon. '
Stipulation .by attorneys Holmes &
Stanley for plaintiff and Magoon &
Thompson for defendant, was filed to
day in tho case of M. 0. Sllv'a vs. J. A. ,
Magoon, administrator in the estnte of
Antonio Fernandez, granting defendant
ten days In which to demur.
The funeral of Olaf Ilcrgstrom will
tako place from tho Masonic Temple
Sunday afternoon, this postponement
having been decided upon on account of
tho nbseneo of Mrs. Uergstrom. Be
sides tho Masons, tho Knights of Py
thias and a representation of tho mili
tary will bo present. Decensed wns a
member of all thrco bodies.
HERttSDOKF DYs. Uce.. inkle.
Former price tS.oo a doen, now SG.oj
Ladies' Black Hose',
W,E WILL HAVE OPEN
TO-MORROW, a comple'e new'Jine of Ladies'
D'anclng, Slippers, calchy, snappy style.
The "GEM" a patent kid slipper, with VELVET
trimmings, something distinctly new.
The "MADONNIS" a seamless sandal, a new
novelty, a purely Frencjj,st le.
An endless variety of one, two and three strap slippers.
News Fop Men
About a Great Shirt Sale
You're a well-dressed man 5 All right. You take pleasure
In'savlng money whenever you can, though, Jutt the same,
. don't you ? vWell, we aje going to gle you the opportunity
'liT week to .save manyjlollars on our silrl-vear for a year
We have placed on ou'r counters and In our makal window,
our entire shirt sto.k, and they are going , ,
j. 'EvcpyShipt-at 75c. ,'
r ' ' without rr-ery or linld tack.
Now these shirts are not n'd plugs or relics of the vintage of
'95. They arc up-io-dnte shirts just such shirts as you would
pay the regular furnisher Ji.joor J2.03 for. We'are content
wltt) smaller profits If we make qultk sales j that Is the dif
ferent be'tttpaiihlrrt and us.
STOUT cnNTLliMUN, especially, who ordinarily find It
hard to get suited, will find aimng these shirts many desir
able patterns In large sizes. It will cost you nothing to come
In and look at them. May be you will see just what you
wanted. If you can't come In yourself, let your wife come and
pick out a few for you. Shirts are not like cigars, and this Is
too good an opportunity to be missed.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.,
10-4S PORT ST. .
The Gunn Sectional
won 1 op y -d
TcIvrltBi- I 8S l(S
Office unU WUlXO
Book Cases i
I The Coyne Furniture Co., Lt(!.
i P.O.BOX 62!. PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONO. 071
Received Per Blanc. "WRESTLER"
A CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATED
manufactured by the FRED. MACEY DESK CO., Crand Rapids.
Michigan, consisting of
FLAT TOP, V
ROLL TOP, ftRBirP nRKK! S LADIES' 1 j,.-
TYPEWRITERS' I 0FF,CE DBSKS. H0ME( j DLbrib.
Chairs. Sectional Bockcnsep, Cabinets, Etc.
For Sale at SAN TRANCIECO PRICES by
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
ExcIuhIvc Dculcrti, llnwnllon Territory
l Consult WANTS in To-rlav's Bulimmgg:
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
Commencing February 11th,
. .'..MONDAY... ..
FOR .ONE WEEK, WE SHALL OFFER
25c a pair, nov6 pairs for Si.co
Men's h Hose in Black and Colors
At Proportionately Low Price
NO. 10 FORT .STREET.
Famous Gunn Desks
Ladies' Black Hose, '
HERMSpORF DYE. Drop stitch.
Former pri -e 25c a pair, now 6 pairs for jf 1 00.
Ladies' Black Hose,
HERMSDORF D?E. Plain.
Former price $70 a duen, no.v
HONOLULU STOCK UXCHANGB
Honolulu, February 15, 1001,
NAME OF STOCK ftfi'jjjf;?!
C Brcer &Corrpany 1,000,00c
Ewa Plantation Co . '
Mamoa Plantation Co 1
Hawaiian Agricultural Co
Hawaiian Com &Su Co.
Hawaiian Sjpar Co ...
Honomu Sugar Co
Honokia Sugar Co ,.
Ha'U Sugar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co.
Kamaioug t.o Lt J a
Kamato Sug Co. pi up
Klahulu Sugar Co .
Koloa Sugar Co
Kona Sugar Co.. at
Maunalfl Sugar Co.ai
Miunaltl Su Co rJ up
uanu sugar to , . 1
Onoma Sugar Co . ...I
Ookala Sugar Plan Co.
tOISu. Co.. LtJ., ill
rlrati r -..
Paauhau Su, I'tan do
Pacific Sugar Mill j
Pala Plantation Co '
Pcpffhfo Sugar Co . ..i
PlonerMUI Cn - .
J ooo.onol 50
fl aicorri tuo
it ),ooo too
WafatuA Agr. Co., at
Walluku Sugar Co.
Walmanalo Sugar Co .
Walmea Mill Co ....
tnW-tslinJ Strarn N.Co,
riaaiian i ic-ctric to ..!
non, tam LaunJry....
1 5 000 loo
mutual 1 r fDhnn r:
rtopit 1 ct & K 1g Co
HiwallanGov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov j per cent
Haw O Post Sav 44 r'C'
H1I0 H R.Co bprrctntl
nn. apu irnlt. .
Ewj Plantat'n 6 per cent)
itanuKu riant o per cent
tJjriii u 1 anl Co.pr c
nti run-auon ope
Olaa P'antatlun6 p c
SALES s? I'loneer5ii7.eo: loWalalua
ii23! 5 W.Halin 5l2i: 50 W.1I1I111 jut; 10
Walalm Si2j; 30 Walaluj Jutj 10 hwa
527.755 25 fiwj i7.n; 25 Ewa J27.7; ; to
Walalua f'2ti 5 WaMuj f t2j; 5 Walilua
M2t: 5 waiaiua 1121.
WILLAKI) U. BrfOWN,
flalstaad & Co.;
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
DAMAGE SUIT COMPLAINT
Complaint In a damage suit (or 10,
OQO against tho Oalm Lumber and
nulldltiK Company was fllril ycntcrda).
'Die plaintiffs aro James D. Lewis,
nil7alictli 11. CuslilnRton, Margaret II.
(trlDVc, Charles C. Lewis llattlo K.
Ilnlley. Alexander K. Lewis, I.. L.
McCandlrss, II. J. Auld and James
The plaintiffs allege that tho defen
dant company lias contrnry to law,
converted to Us own use. premises at
the cumcr of King and Ilethel streets.
The. lot comprises C.9S0 square feet and
Is very valuable.
Tho plaintiffs claim an estate. In feo
simple as tenants In common, except
a life Interest of ono twenty-fourth of
tho property, which Is claimed br
James Auld. Cecil Drown and Atkin
son nnd Judd aro tho attorneys for th
Thirty-six Chinese gamblers wero ar
rested by Deputy Sheriff Chlllfhgworth
and others In a den on Nuuanu street
at nliout 9:30 o'clock last night. They
wero engaged at the time in a very ex
citing game. Some ono had Just raised
tho' limit when tho police rplscd tho
windows nnd went the doors one bet
tor. There wns no bluff about tho po
lio and tho Chinamen very quietly
dropped their hands. Tho caso came lip
In tho l'ollco Court this forenoon but
wns continued until tomorrow.
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